6 Tips Traveling to Yogyakarta with a Limited Budget 0 Traveling is the most fun activities, especially when you travel with your girl/boyfriend. In addition to get out of the routine, this journey will make you know each other better. Well if you in the near future intend to make trips with mate, Yogyakarta could be an interesting destination. Here you can enjoy the cultural attraction, nature, as well as culinary tour. Will be more fun again if the holidays to Yogyakarta only spend less budget. Yes, this can happen if you apply these 6 tips. Other Jogja Guides: Range Travel Cost to Yogyakarta, It Cheap Though! 6 Tips Traveling to Yogyakarta with a Limited Budget 1. To save your pocket, don’t go during high season! It’s forbidden for you to travel during high season with a minimum budget. In these times the price of lodging, transport costs, and accommodation can triple as much. Especially if you go to a place like Yogyakarta. Well it’s definitely cost more expensive. Therefore, avoid periods of high season. In Yogyakarta, the high season usually is in late June until early July, or during school holidays. Other peak season is at the end of the year up to January. So, avoid that time! 2. Find a friend, so you don’t need to spend money for lodging To get cheap holiday in Yogyakarta, is don’t stay at the hotel. Even the hotel is cheap, but still cheaper if you not pay anything, right? You can contact your friends to stay at night. You can also follow Couchsurfing that allows you to stay at local residents. 3. Hunting cheap food like a student The advantage of holiday in Yogyakarta with minimal budget is the cheap price of food. There are many good culinary with friendly price. You can eat at burjo which is affordable, the price range from $0.5. There are also angkringan with affordable price. The cost of meals you need to spend about $0.4-1. 4. Feel free to bid at Malioboro, even a bit sadist Malioboro is one of the tourist magnets in Yogyakarta. There are many tourists coming here. For you who have never been to Yogyakarta, Malioboro is actually a street name containing shopping areas and street vendors. On this street, you can find a variety of goods, ranging from culinary, souvenirs, to the typical batik. But sometimes the price is quite expensive compared to other. If your budget is limited, you have to bid the price deeply. For example, the batik priced $4, you can really bid at $1.5-2. Although it sounds sadistic, but you need to do this to get a good price. But, for the food price is not negotiable. This is only for clothes or souvenirs only. 5. Bring your water everywhere With a limited budget in Yogyakarta, you need to bring your drink from home. Though it’s cheap, but it fairly wasteful if you always buy. Just imagine, if in a day you need 3 bottles with cost $0.4, it means only for drinking water you have to allocate funds to $1.2. This cost more expensive if you buy softdrink or juice. So, it would be nice if you bring drinking water from home. 6. Visit the cool tourist spot in cheap, even for free Going to Yogyakarta with minimal cost will not make you bored, because there are many cheap tourist attraction. For example, if you want to travel to the temple but the entrance price of Prambanan Temple is expensive, just go to Ijo Temple or Ratu Boko Temple. These two temples have cheaper ticket. If you go to Prambanan, you have to spend $4. In Ratu Boko Temple or Ijo Temple, the ticket price is only $1. For the quality, you don’t need to hesitate, these two temples are still cool. Also, Yogyakarta has a lot of free tourist attractions such as Alun-Alun Kidul, Zero Kilometer Zone, or Bukit Bintang. Tag: Alun-Alun Kidul bid at Malioboro budget in Yogyakarta Bukit Bintang Cheap Holiday in Yogyakarta holiday in Yogyakarta holidays to Yogyakarta Ijo Temple Jogja Guides limited budget in Yogyakarta place like Yogyakarta Prambanan Temple Ratu Boko Temple tourist magnets in Yogyakarta traveling to Yogyakarta Zero Kilometer Zone Previous post Range Travel Cost to Yogyakarta, It Cheap Though! Next post Hi Pizza Lovers, Here are 5 List of Pizza Stalls in Yogyakarta, Any Favorite? Monroe A local explorer. Love to hike. You can find me near the South Square of Yogyakarta. Related articles Read more > 7 New Spots in Yogyakarta to Take a Selfie Read more > Your Holiday in Yogyakarta More Frugal if You Applied These Tips! Read more > 8 Tips to Explore Gunung Kidul Yogyakarta Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.